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I May Destroy You
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Just recently heard of the true events and decided to watch this. It's somewhat of an artsy movie and not in a bad way. Good and fairly accurate to my understanding, yet the last 30 minutes or so seemed lost and as if it was getting bored with itself.
Pretty much a remake more than a sequel.
I really looked forward to seeing this after hearing so much about it over the years. It has good characters and a solid plot, but was sooooo slow and boring. I now wish I had the hour and a half back that it took to soldier-through this movie.
Acceptable. Goes from Slow Suspense to occasional Action Sequences fairly well. It has a nice twist toward the end.
It's a Character Study in the vain of Taxi Driver just as I imagined it was only even more dark, deranged, and depressing. Phoenix superbly displays the characteristics of a realistic psycho that is worthy of an Oscar for sure. I only fear that the movie gives an excuse and could be seen as justification to those who've been bullied or have mental illnesses to go commit acts of violence.